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Old 10-12-2015, 11:21 PM
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Originally Posted by WillS View Post
When you use the 5mm hexes (as that is recommended) its only .5mm per side. If you use the 6mm hexes yes it would be 1.5mm per side.
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Bmax4 rear arms are 2mm longer pivot to pivot. Surely that equates to 4mm overall width increase?
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Thanks for the information. I noticed the extra 4mm has helped me.


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Bmax4 rear arms are 2mm longer pivot to pivot. Surely that equates to 4mm overall width increase?
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Old 10-13-2015, 05:24 AM
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Back many pages ago...

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Just got two buggies, one for me and one for the daughter (me)! All i need now is a motor for hers and my pre-order motor to ship
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verniers don't lie mate!

have a look at the manual graduations if you don't believe the digital readout...
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I have to agree with Hacker...just measured mine and the difference is 2mm per arm, therefore 4mm overall
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verniers don't lie mate!

have a look at the manual graduations if you don't believe the digital readout...
I agree, verniers don't lie.
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Originally Posted by Motorman007 View Post
Thanks for the information. I noticed the extra 4mm has helped me.
Are you running narrower rear hexes t keep it legal?
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Are you running narrower rear hexes t keep it legal?
The 5 yes
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I agree, verniers don't lie.
My calipers. Lie. Every once in a while. When the battery moves in and out intermittently and changes to. S,A,E, or 5mm turns into 50mm. I try to keep it honest. Most of the time.
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Where do I find the 5mm front hex? Are the team guys using the 5mm rear hex for the front?
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Originally Posted by suby723 View Post
Where do I find the 5mm front hex? Are the team guys using the 5mm rear hex for the front?
http://www.amainhobbies.com/rc-cars-...4-011r/p270475, I would imagine, it will be able to be used for both since they are both 12mm hexes, why wouldn't it work?

Gonna give the new battery brace a whirl today as well.
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Where do I find the 5mm front hex? Are the team guys using the 5mm rear hex for the front?
All the hexes are interchangeable. 5mm wheel hex
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All the hexes are interchangeable. 5mm wheel hex
Cool thanks. Have it in my cart on Amain but I was just a little unsure that it would work on the front.
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